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This homemade one pot chicken pasta recipe is the perfect meal for a delicious dinner. A one pot chicken pasta recipe that combines two of the nation’s favourite ingredients and is the perfect chicken recipe for your midweek family meals. You can’t go wrong with this spicy chicken pasta recipe. One pot pasta dishes are great to make as you don’t have to worry about a load of dishes at the end. This pasta recipe with chicken is made with boneless chicken pieces, vegetables and a homemade pasta sauce. A vegetable pasta that will be loved by everyone, children and adults alike. Nothing beats a quick and easy chicken pasta recipe for a delicious evening meal!
Chicken pasta is one of my all-time favourite dishes. I am a big fan of all things Italian, and pasta is of no exception. I mean who DOESN’T love pasta? Actually, don’t answer that…I am ashamed to say my little sister is not actually much of a pasta fan. I know, she’s bizarre. She doesn’t like anything that doesn’t have spices in it. I had to make a spicy chicken pasta recipe just for her!
The best thing about this one pot pasta dish is that you cook the pasta in the pan. This means that you don’t have to boil it separately. That makes things a lot easier for my sister who always ends up washing all the dishes…I thought I would make things easier for her by making it one pot.
This chicken pasta recipe genuinely does taste a million times better than any store-bought pasta sauce. it probably works out cheaper. This is my brother’s favourite food. My brother told me that this is the one food recipe of yours that he would actively make himself just so I could have it. My brother is an EXTREMELY lazy guy when it comes to cooking. Coming from him this is one of the best compliments I could ever get.
I personally like to add bell peppers and frozen sweetcorn because they’re my favourite and they add a bit of colour to the dish. However, you could obviously swap the vegetables to whatever you choose to or even just remove the vegetables altogether. Although why would you do that, you psychopath? Vegetables and chicken are delicious together. The thing with my family is that everyone has their own preferences. For example, my sister hates bell peppers but loves sweetcorn. My brother hates sweetcorn but loves bell peppers. Always puts me in a bit of a predicament.
I’m Sadia, the person behind The Aziz Kitchen. A 20-and-some year-old Muslim aspiring doctor and writer who loves to experiment with cooking, baking and all things food. On this blog you will find my favourite, delicious, family-friendly recipes.
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